By Emily from AZ on August 14, 2013
I'm very confused as to what the 9006 part number for the 6 inch diameter Duraplus DuraVent triple wall pipe means. I don't understand why the 36" length doesn't show up as 9017, 9014, or 9021 to match the pre-owned pieces I am trying to match. Please let me know ASAP so i can make sure the numbers are right and i can place the order and receive it in time for my install.
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on August 15, 2013
Answer:The 9006 part number is for the 6" pipe length of the 6" inner diameter DuraPlus chimney pipe only. The other lengths' part numbers are not listed on this page. We apologize for the confusion. If you select 36" from the drop-down menu, you will receive the DuraPlus 6" inner diameter chimney pipe with a galvanized steel outer wall (10" outer diameter), which is part number 9017.
By Rob from KY on September 29, 2013
Do you supply a "tee with cap" for the DuraPlus All-Fuel Galvie chimney pipe?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 30, 2013
By Morgan from Quartz Hill, CA on February 12, 2012
I need to completely replace the chimney and chimney cap on my wood-burning stove. I need about five feet of pipe. Do I understand that I can buy 2 pieces of this and put them together into a single chimney? I don't exactly understand your measurements.
Also, a fellow who gave me an estimate for an exorbitant price said the chimney was 6" diameter, by which I assume he meant inner diameter since the existing chimney is more than 6".
So this is the pipe I want to buy, but I need to know for sure whether I can use just one pipe or need 2. Thanks for your time.
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on February 13, 2012
Answer:This chimney pipe does indeed feature a 6" inner diameter measurement. It's outer diameter is 10". This pipe is priced per length. The price shown is for a 6" length. The longer lengths have an additional cost. This is represented by the value in parentheses after any of the pipe lengths. This pipe is designed with twist-lock connections on both ends. These connections allow multiple pieces of pipes to be connected together to form a longer continuous length of chimney pipe.
By Dominic Thomas from Atlanta, Georgia on April 29, 2012
I am converting a chimney from masonry to class-A pipe due to damage to the old masonry. I have torn out the top half of the chimney. I am looking for a system that can enable me to attach the pipe to the current end of the masonry and then go 3' up, then 6' 30 degrees angle, then 3' up plumb through the roof to a chimney cap. I see products that seems to fit this need, but I want to confirm with your recommendation. The current chimney has an 8" square terracotta liner. I am imagining using the DuraPlus pipe line for most of the way with stainless steel for the last part.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 30, 2012
Answer:You can indeed use the DuraPlus series of pipe for your needs, however the installation will vary, based on the bottom section of the existing chimney.
Do you plan on lining the remaining chimney, prior to your conversion or will the clay liner remain intact. Please advise and I will be happy to assist you further.